Join us on Wednesday 8 July for a webinar presentation titled: HSR's as Leaders. Presented by Vasalia Govender, HSR.
Health and Safety Representatives are elected by workers to represent their health and safety interests. So it is fair, to say the least, that HSRs care about health and safety in the workplace and are concerned about their workmates. It is these qualities that make them natural leaders who have the skills and abilities to contribute and make a difference to influence and build a positive safety culture. Employers could capitalise on this by working with HSRs to reach the common goal to improve health and safety at the workplace.
The panel will share their experiences and learning along with practices to bridge the gap in understanding the role of the HSR role and primarily focus on how employers and HSRs can work together to improve health and safety outcomes.
EVENT DETAILS Date: Wednesday 8 July 2020 Time: 14:30 - 15:30 AEST Format: Webinar Format - Log in details will be emailed to registered attendees 1-2 days prior to the webinar. Cost: AIHS / AIOH / HFESA Members - $20.00 +GST
Non-Members - $65.00 +GST
REGISTRATIONS CLOSE 5:00 pm on Tuesday 7 July.
This webinar will be recorded and distributed to paid registered attendees 3-4 days after the event.
Vasalia Gavender, HSR
Vasalia immigrated to Australia from South Africa 24 years ago. I am a qualified disability development support worker for 23 years and a health and safety representative for 20 years. I am a mum with three children. In, 2010 I started studying towards a Master's degree in ergonomics health and safety, which I completed in 2016. I am passionate about health and safety and a firm believer that we can work thought others to reach the goal of keeping everyone safe.
Renata Musolino, Occupational Health and Safety Organiser Victorian Trades Hall Council OHS Unit
Renata has been working in the area of OHS for over 30 years, and has been at the Hall for about 18 years. She established the OHS Reps@Work website and write the weekly e-journal SafetyNet.
Renata previously worked in OHS at the LHMU (now United Workers Union) and at the ACTU. She has participated in and represented working people on many national and state committees, working groups, and so on in a wide range of OHS issues.
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